James Gray Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, And His Socila Media Profile

James Gray Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, And His Socila Media Profile

Facts of James Gray Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, And His Socila Media Profile

Net worth$800 thousand
Date of Birth:1969 April 14
First NameJames
Last NameGray
Age:53 years old
Birth Nation: United States

An American film director and screenwriter who is best known for his movies like “The Lost City of Z”, “The Immigrant”, “We Own the Night”, James Gray is estimated to have a total net worth of $800 thousand. The numbers are just estimation, his actual net worth is under review and is still to be known.

Let's Know How Did James Gray Collect His Money. Know About His Sources of Income And Net Worth

James Gray throughout his directing career has remained praiseworthy. His profession gives him a huge round of fame as well as net worth in his life.

One of the main sources of James has been him earning from the movies which he has directed, written, and produced.

He has written and has produced 3 movies until today. These movies are, “Two Lovers” (2008), “Blood Ties” (2013), and “The Immigrant” (2013). These movies collected $16,303,643, $2,415,472, and $5.9 million respectively as per the box office.

Similarly, the list of movies where he has directed are, “Little Odessa” (1994), “The Yards” (2000), “We Own the Night” (2007), and “The Lost City of Z” (2017). These movies collected $1,095,885, $889,352, $54 million, and  $17.1 million respectively.

Gray has been involved in different charities. He used to have an online trust from where he used to raise funds and then donate to different organizations.

He along with John Bullough and John Forbes-Leith once have raised funds for Scotland Charity Air Ambulance.

Gray has once hired Mayor Mitch Landrieu, to pose for the New Orleans City Council District E seat.

His salary and net worth are unknown to the media.

No exact information regarding his property and house are yet disclosed, but it is for sure that the renowned director and writer with his handsome salary has earned a quite a lot of property and is living a happily.

How Were The Early Days of James Gray? Also, Know About His Career

James Gray was born to a Russian Jewish descent family on 14th April 1969 in New York City, the U.S.

He has graduated from the University Of Southern California School Of Cinematic Arts. During these days, he has written a student film named, “Cowboys and Angels”.

James stepped into the Hollywood industry from his first movie, “Little Odessa”, in 1994 alongside cast member-Tim RothVanessa RedgraveMaximilian Schell and Edward Furlong. The movie with a collection of $1,095,885 on box office won The Venice Film Festival's prestigious Silver Lion Award in the same year.

James’s second movie, “The Yards”, came in the year 2000. The cast members of the movie were, - James CaanMark WahlbergFaye DunawayCharlize TheronEllen Burstyn and Joaquin Phoenix.

Casting Mark WahlbergEva Mendes, and Robert Duvall in his third movie, "We Own the Night" collected $54 million box office.

He also has written, “Guillaume Canet” (screenplay), “Warner Bros” (movie), “White Devil” and so on.

He also has written the script of “The Lost of Z”.

Know About James Gray's Personal Life, Married Life, And Children

James Gray is a married man. He got married to Alexandra Dickson Gray on 21st May 2005. The couple share 3 children together, a daughter and two sons. The couple has not disclosed the name of their children yet.

There are no any rumors of divorce between the couple. Looking at this we can clearly say that he has been successful in managing his profession as well as personal life equally.

What About James Gray's Social Media Profile? Know About His Activeness On The Social Media Sites

He has posted for 47 times on Instagram and has 15.6k followers there.

He is not active on Instagram and Facebook as no any verified account is found.

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